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Journal of architecture and plannin volume 19,2
Article Exploring Disaster Perception and Adaptation Features along Fault Zone Areas after 921 Chi-Chi Earth
Author Tzu-Ling Chen

Any disaster affects individual and further force individual come out responses which is so called adaptation behavior, and such adaptation behavior might be affected seriously by disaster perception. However, the external and internal factors and subjective values including place attachment and bounded rationality limit self-choice and further make up limited optimizing decision. Overall, the study focuses on exploring individuals’ disaster perception and adaptation behavior in earthquake risk area and the questionnaire design is based upon theory of planned behavior (TPB). The results show that both “relationship to the local area” and “referents live in neighborhood” are the key factors that affect individuals to continued live in such high risk area. In addition, most the interviewees are optimizable believing there is only slight impact of the next large earthquake. As a result, place attachment and limited rational have certain influence on adaptive behavior. 

Keywords Earthquake disaster, Disaster perception, Adaptive behavior, Limited rationale, place attachment
Pages pp. 65-80

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Journal of architecture and plannin volume 19,2
Article Key Architectural Design Factors Affecting Green Retrofitting of Existing Buildings
Author Jian-chang Guo

In the context of building a sustainable human homeland today, the development direction of green buildings in developed countries has shifted from new buildings to the transformation and reuse of existing buildings. Taking the architectural design elements in the green retrofitting of the existing buildings in Guangzhou as the research object, this paper takes the literature review and the participatory observation as the research method to explore the key factors in the architectural design elements that affect the effect of green retrofitting. In the study, the multi-criterion decision analysis method in management was used, and on the basis of expert interview and questionnaire survey, eight key factors of architectural design in the green retrofitting of existing buildings were obtained by DANP DEMATEL based ANP method, and then through IPA analysis, The performance value and importance of each key element are obtained, and the factors such as urgent improvement, continuous maintenance, rethinking and possible excessive attention in the evaluation elements of architectural design are analyzed. The results are as follows: 1. Constructing eight key factors affecting green retrofitting and drawing network Diagram; 2. Among the non-key factors affecting green retrofitting, five pointers were found to be less important than other elements, reflecting the insufficient importance of the pointer in the green retrofitting process; 3. Fire protection design as an important component of safety, although it could not be included the key elements of green retrofitting evaluation, but its low performance value, shows that there is a need for further improvement and promotion. The research results of this thesis are helpful for architects to master the key elements and correlations of green retrofitting architectural design specialty, which is beneficial to improve the design prescription, and can be used as a reference for perfecting the evaluation standard of " green retrofitting of existing buildings" in the future. 

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Journal of architecture and plannin volume 19,2
Article The groundbreaking strategic socio-economic development - Smart City planning: a case study of Binh
Author Nguyen Viet Long

After 20 years of successful transformation from an agricultural province to an industrial hub, in 2015, Binh Duong province - Vietnam started research on innovation strategies to continue to break out to a high-tech industry and service, raising socio-economic levels, and gradually laying the foundations for a knowledge and digital economy. This requires a comprehensive, synchronous, sustainable approach in development both socially and economically, not only in Binh Duong, but also in connection with its surroundings, promoting international cooperation, attracting resources for breakthroughs, and that aspiration has formed the Binh Duong Smart City project. With this goal, Binh Duong adopted a unique approach in developing a smart city that is suitable to the local context, adopting via the localization of the Eindhoven city model from The Netherlands.

The paper will analyze (A) Realities and aspirations of Binh Duong, (B) The development model of Eindhoven city that Binh Duong is learning from, (C) Binh Duong Smart City project, (D) Step by step planning, (E) Binh Duong’s international repositioning.

Keywords Smart city, Binh Duong, Triple Helix model, Eindhoven
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